With the release of the first full edition of the 2018 Ford Focus RS, Ford is finally introducing a truly premium product.
The new Focus RS comes with a more refined look, improved aerodynamics, and a redesigned cabin.
And that’s just the start of the improvements.
Forged by one of the world’s top forging companies, Focus RS will go on sale in September.
Ford says the company is also adding a new feature that allows you to build the new Focus as a single piece.
The company is even allowing you to order as many as you want, so you can build your own version of the Focus RS.
For those of you who want to start building your own Focus RS with a new tool, you’ll need to order one of Focus RS kits.
Ford has been offering the Focus RX and RX-8 for some time now, but the new model features an updated interior, a new engine, and new powertrains, including a 5.7-liter V8 engine with a combined output of 530 hp.
In addition to a higher horsepower output, Focus RX also gets the new Ford Dynamic Package that features active aerodynamics that give you more lift and more grip, plus active rear wing suspension.
That helps make the Focus feel much more like the Focus that it is, with a much more comfortable ride, more aggressive front end, and improved brakes.
The Focus RS is also available with optional all-wheel drive.
This is a great feature for anyone looking for more power and more power-to-weight ratio, but it’s not available on the Focus R. That’s because Ford has changed the rules on what the company considers a complete vehicle.
Now, if you want to build a Focus RS or Focus RX, you need to make sure you order the new version of Ford’s new Dynamic Package.
And if you do that, you can choose between the Focus-R and Focus RS-R versions.
And those new versions of the new RS and RS-8 will both be available in 2019.
We’ll get into all of that in a moment.
If you’re building your Focus RS on a budget, you might want to consider the Focus S, which is a more affordable option.
Focus S pricing starts at $20,100 for a two-door model.
That includes the Focus badge, which includes a center console with a touchscreen and a rear view camera, as well as an audio system, an audio package, and power windows.
For a $1,600 premium, you get a larger center console, a more powerful 5.3-liter engine, a bigger roof rack, and the optional all the upgrades that come with the Focus system.
But if you’re looking for a sporty, sporty-style option, you’re better off with the $32,400 Focus RS package, which comes with an all-new, turbocharged V8 that gets 530 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque.
Focus RS and RX package options will also start at $34,400 for a three-door car, or $40,900 for the two-doors.
Ford is also introducing a few new features in 2019, including the new Sync Trunk, which can take up to six different music apps and connect them wirelessly.
This will allow you to stream your music from the Ford app, or to stream Spotify, Pandora, Google Play Music, and Apple Music to your Focus smartphone.
The Sync Trunks can also play MP3s, WAVs, and AACs, so if you like to listen to music from Spotify, Apple Music, or Pandora, you won’t have to worry about a lot of hassle.
The $1.7 million Ford Focus package also comes with Ford Sync 2, which will allow Ford to give you a digital driver assistance system.
This system is similar to that of the Ford Fusion, but Ford is giving it a whole new level of technology.
The latest version of Sync 2 will include automatic lane keeping, blind spot detection, and adaptive cruise control.
The only downside of the Sync Trumps new features is that it’s a little less powerful than the Fusion, and it only supports five different music formats.
If that’s not enough for you, you could also choose the $7,900 Focus RS S package that includes an audio, infotainment, and parking system, which all comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The 2018 Ford Fiesta ST has an optional four-cylinder engine, which makes it a more expensive option than the Focus and RX packages.
For $13,500, you also get a new six-speed automatic transmission, an automatic differential, and LED taillights.
That adds $1 per mile to your fuel economy, which means you’ll get around 20 mpg more on the highway compared to the Focus, but that’s still a pretty solid improvement over the Fusion.
If your Focus is more of a weekend driver, you may want to look into the 2018 Focus RS Package, which features a